Reality Check Fact #1:

Most PSU students “party” less than 2 nights each week.

Fact taken from 2009 NH Higher Education on line Alcohol and Drug Survey at PSU

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Scheduling An Appointment

CONTACT US:

Appointments can be scheduled by stopping by the Counseling Center Office or by calling:

(603) 535-2461

IF YOU ARE IN CRISIS OR THIS IS AN EMERGENCY:

WHEN WE ARE OPEN:

(603) 535-2461

Please let the office staff know so that an appointment can be scheduled as soon as possible.

AFTER HOURS:

Should you have a mental health emergency when the Counseling Center is not open, please call:

OR:

Go directly to the Speare Memorial Hospital Emergency Room on Avery Street in Plymouth.

EMAIL POLICY:

Please note that we do not correspond with our clients through e-mail because confidentiality cannot be assured and we do not maintain 24-hour access to e-mail communications.  Thus, we ask that communication from or regarding our clients or potential clients be made through a telephone call or a visit to our Center.

LOCATION:

The Counseling Center is located by Hyde Hall (on the side away from the Hyde Hall parking lot).  The building looks like a house and has a sign in the front lawn which says “Counseling and Human Relations Center.”

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